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Arizona Legislature Back in Session on January 12, 2015
credit: Mark Coryell
The 2015 Arizona Legislative Session is just around the corner and so is Environmental Day at the Capitol. The session starts on January 12th with a State of the State address by the new governor. This will be a challenging session for environmental protection. We will again be providing a watchdog function at the Legislature -- working to stop bad policies and promoting a few good ones as well -- and will be keeping you informed via regular legislative updates and alerts, briefings, and more. Thank you for your past support and I look forward to working with you in the new session.
On January 22, 2015, environmental advocates from throughout the state, new and experienced, will be gathering at the Arizona State Capitol to meet with state legislators to express support for clean air, clean energy, and clean water, as well as land conservation, and more. Come be part of one of our teams!
Environmental Day at the Capitol
Thursday, January 22, 2015
8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Arizona State Capitol
Old Senate Chambers, 2nd Floor
1700 W. Washington, Phoenix
Everyone will be part of a team with an experienced leader and will be meeting with his or her own legislators, whenever possible. You can come for an hour or two or stay all day. It is a great opportunity to learn more about the legislative process and the issues and to make a difference.
Also, let us know if you are interested in setting up or participating in a Citizen Lobby Workshop prior to Environmental Day.
To RSVP for Environmental Day, click on RSVP or send an email message to Sandy Bahr.
For more information and to get involved, contact Sandy at (602) 253-8633 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Mexican wolf; taking; reporting||SB1211||Wildlife||05/05/2014 - SB1211 and HB2699 were vetoed by the Governor. SB1212 did not advance. SCR1006 passed.||oppose|
|action needed on SB1211: Please thank Governor Brewer for vetoing HB2699 and SB1211. Use the link or phone number below. Find out more.|
|endangered species programs; rescission; reimbursement||HB2699||Wildlife||05/05/2014 - Governor Brewer vetoed it!||oppose|
|action needed on HB2699: Please thank Governor Brewer for vetoing HB2699 and another anti-wolf bill, SB1211. Find out more.|
|funding ballot measures; reauthorization||HCR2018||Ballot Measures||05/05/14 - It was never heard in the Senate Rules Committee, so died for the session.||oppose|
|action needed on HCR2018: No action is needed as this bill died. Find out more.|
|federal land; emergency access||HB2541||Public Lands||05/05/2014 - Governor Brewer vetoed it!||oppose|
|action needed on HB2541: Please thank Governor Brewer for vetoing HB2541. Find out more.|
|water protection fund; mesquite; tamarisk||SB1478||Water--Stream Flow||05/05/2014 - It was signed by the Governor.||oppose|
|action needed on SB1478: No action is required at this time. The bill has unfortunately been signed into law. Find out more.|
|ballot measures; proposition 105 disclosure||HB2014&SB1293||Ballot Measures||05/05/2014 - The language was removed from SB1293 and HB2014 was never heard in Senate Rules Committee.||oppose|
|action needed on HB2014&SB1293: HB2014 died for this session, so no action is needed currently. Find out more.|
|Now: forest health management||HB2343||Forests||05/05/2014 - It was signed by the Governor.||no position|
|action needed on HB2343: With the removal of the immunity language, we were neutral on the bill. No action is needed. Find out more.|
|federal acquisition; state lands; monitoring||HB2700||State Trust Lands||05/05/2014 - It failed in the Senate.||oppose|
|action needed on HB2700: No action is needed. Find out more.|
|Now: unsubdivided land; definition||SB1215||Land Use||05/05/2014 - It was signed by the Governor.||oppose|
|action needed on SB1215: No action is needed as the bill has been signed. Find out more.|
|aquifer protection permits; post closure procedure||SB1274||Water--Aquifer Protection||05/05/2014 - It was signed by the Governor.||oppose|
|action needed on SB1274: No action is requested at this time. Find out more.|
|municipalities; counties; energy efficient codes||SB1227||Energy||05/05/2014 - It was never Third Read in the Senate, so it died for the session||oppose|
|action needed on SB1227: No action is needed currently as the bill is dead. Find out more.|
|municipalities; counties; wildland-urban interface regulation||HB2578||Forests||05/05/2014 - It passed out of the House and was never heard in the Senate.||support|
|action needed on HB2578: The bill is dead, so no action is needed. Find out more.|
|election law amendments; repeal||SB1270||Elections||05/05/14 - The Senate substituted HB2196 and voted it out along party lines. The Governor signed it.||oppose|
|action needed on SB1270: No action is needed currently as the Governor signed the repeal. Find out more.|
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